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Introduction to RAMI Solitaire

Many card games that rose in Europe in the 17th century contain the content of forming the same point or flush set. Ancient Chinese Mahjong can be said to be the distant ancestor of rami, but modern rami has been popular in Mexico since the second half of the 19th century.

There are no formal rules for rami cards. The usual playing method is: 2 ~ 6 people play with a standard set of 52 cards, and Joker is optional. K is the maximum point, the following order is Q, J, 10, 9, etc., and the lowest point is a. Except for individual playing methods, a-k-q is generally not allowed to be smooth. When two people play, each person will issue 10 cards, when three or four people play, each person will issue 7 cards, and when five or six people play, each person will issue 6 cards, with the card face down. The rest will be used as the bottom card, and the card face down. But the last card should be turned upside down, with the card face up and placed separately, and the cards played later should be placed on it in turn. When playing, you can make up cards from the bottom card or pad pile, and spread the formed deck on the table, otherwise you can attach one or more cards in your hand to his family's deck. Then play a cushion card. Exit the game when all the cards in your hand have been set. Double the score when the hand is full of cards into a deck at one time. The total score of the winner in each set is the total number of points of all cards in the other hands. K. 10 points for Q and j respectively, A1 or 11 points, 15 points for wild cards if used, and the rest shall be scored according to the number of cards. When the cards are finished, the player with the lowest number of points will win. At the end of the year, a certain target (such as 100 points) has been reached.

Indian Lamy is easy to understand and challenging to play! Rami game originated in India! So be careful! It will take you away before you realize it, and it will be hard for you to get rid of it.
Indian Lamy is played between 2 and 6 players, and each player deals 13 cards. For 2 or 3 players, use 2 sets of 52 cards (104 cards) and 4 wild cards (wildcards). For 4 to 6 players, use 3 decks (156 cards) and 6 clowns.

Post time: Mar-20-2022